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  1. Belle Père & Fils - Hermitage Blanc

    A beautiful golden yellow colour glinting with silver. The wine is clear and very bright.
    The nose is complex and powerful, white flowers, dried fruit, candied white fruit, with a honeyed side too, notes of beeswax furniture polish reinforce the complexity without making it heavy.

    750ml bottle

    Offer Price €59.50

    Offer Price €39.50

  2. Andre Perret Condrieu

    A floral fine nose, generous fleshy ripe fruits with a certain restraint, faint white flower and jasmine notes,complex but a beautifully elegant style of Condrieu. This is a part tank, part barriques-fermented blend of Viognier grapes from a parcel at Verlieux and young vines Côteau de Chery.
    An elegant wine which also in its current phase shows a need for some further aging.
    This beauty represents all that a classic Condrieu should be.

    750ml bottle

    €79.50

  3. Alain Graillot - Crozes-Hermitage - Seán Gilley ©

    Alain Graillot stormed in the Crozes wine scene in the mid-80’s, and by the end of the decade seemed to be producing the best wines of the appellation. A dip followed in the early 90’s, but since the second half of the decade, Alain Graillot is back in impressive form. 100% syrah, this dark red-coloured wine is dense and filled with blackberry, loganberry with hints of tar and game. This wine oozes power through a lengthy, driven finish. The fruit is ripe and plentiful with notes of mineral, toast and garrigue.

    750ml bottle

    €89.50

  4. Château d’Ampuis Côte-Rôtie

    "Medium ruby. Spicy aromas of blackcurrant, tobacco, gunmetal, tar and game. Rich, silky and sweet, but a bit subdued following the bottling and not currently showing its complexity. Finishes quite long, with very round, fine tannins. This was made from riper fruit than the '95, noted Philippe Guigal, even if the '95 was a more massive wine." 91 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

    750ml bottle

    €259.00

  5. Château d’Ampuis Côte-Rôtie

    "Sadly, there are only 23,000 bottles (all aged in small oak) of the outstanding 1996 Côte-Rôtie Chateau d'Ampuis, which was bottled in October, 1999. Its dark ruby/purple colour is followed by an intense nose of tapenade, dried herbs, licorice, leather, and black currants. The wine is nicely-textured, soft, with less acidity than most 1996 Côte-Rôties, and a layered, supple finish. Drink it over the next 10-12 years. Robert Parker 90 points Wine Advocate.

    750ml bottle

    €275.00

  6. Château d’Ampuis Côte-Rôtie

    Super ripe aromas of pepper, chocolate and menthol. Wonderfully deep flavours of cherries and spice. A very fresh, elegant wine with compelling sweetness but also excellent backbone. Really coats the palate on the very long aftertaste, finishing with strong spiciness and great lift.

    750ml bottle

    €275.00

  7. Château d’Ampuis Côte-Rôtie

    "The 1995 Côte-Rôtie Château Ampuis is a sensational offering. The bottled wine is even better than its individual component parts. It boasts a dense, saturated deep ruby colour, as well as a flamboyant, intense bouquet of crushed pepper, Provencal herbs, black raspberry jam, and smoky sweet oak. The wine is medium to full-bodied, with good underlying acidity, but much more voluptuous and unctuous than it appeared to be from cask. Long, concentrated, and explosively rich, this wine may merit an even higher score after it has had some time to mesh together in bottle. It is a terrific Côte-Rôtie to drink over the next 10-15+ years." Score: 92 points Robert Parker, Wine Advocate

    750ml bottle

    €295.00

  8. La Mouline Côte Rôtie

    The stunning 2007 Cote Rotie La Mouline boasts notes of sweet lychee nuts, licorice, black raspberries, kirsch and a floral/honeysuckle character that one associates with white wines. Full-bodied and voluptuously textured with silky tannin, this beauty is reminiscent of the 1997 and 1991 La Mouline. Enjoy it over the next 20 years. Robert Parker 96 points.

    750ml bottle

    €395.00

  9. La Landonne Côte Rôtie

    "An absolute monster as well as a candidate for perfection, the 2007 Côte Rôtie La Landonne was vinified with 100% stems (whereas the 2007 La Turque was completely destemmed). The result is an opaque purple-coloured wine displaying beautiful aromas of camphor, incense, balsamic notes, blackberries, cassis and an ethereal, subtle graphite character. Terrific intensity, a full-bodied mouthfeel and stunning length make for an exquisite wine that will benefit from 4-5 years of cellaring, and last for 40-50 years. 98-100 Points "
    100 Points The Wine Advocate

    750ml bottle

    €435.00

  10. Guigal "La Turque" Côte Rôtie

    The 2007 Cote Rotie La Turque appears stronger than La Mouline at this stage (as La Turque often does at age 12 months, regardless of the vintage). Boasting stunning graphite, chocolate, blackberry, incense, and camphor characteristics, this is a meaty, full-bodied, remarkably concentrated, fabulously intense and pure wine. Robert Parker 98 points.

    750ml bottle

    €495.00

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